Adding sound to a flash site

Posted on 2006-11-16
Last Modified: 2010-04-03
    Can someone send me a link to a tutorial on adding sound to a flash website? Here is what I need:

-I need to play one song (one audio file) which loops.
-I need to have a button to turn the sound on or off.
-It would also be nice to have the "equalizer bars" which stop moving when the sound is off... this part is not absolutely necessary.

Thanks in advance!
Question by:isaacr25
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this is a very good tutorial .... will guide u how to deal with sound object and control it :


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ID: 17977501
the best tutorial is flash help file   go through it    search for sound class

var s:Sound = new Sound()

write this on ur first frame;  give the correct url

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ID: 18061793
     I can't seem to get a handle on this sound stuff. Can you send me any more info on the simplest way to acheive what I need? Thanks.

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ID: 18061801
And also, the criteria has changed slightly:

-I need to play two songs (two audio file) in the site.
-I need to have a button to turn all sound on or off.
-I need to have buttons to choose between the two songs to play.

Any thoughts and help will be very much appreciated. Thanks!
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ID: 18062240
again and again

check m frist link again

it isvery goood nd it is exactly waht u need


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